On this week’s Tech Nation, Forbes.com columnist Carmine Gallo returns with “Five Stars … The Communication Secrets to Get from Good to Great”.
Then on Tech Nation Health, Dr. Dan Gold, CEO of MEI Pharma, joins Moira to talk about the eight out of nine drugs which fail FDA clinical trials. MEI Pharma sees this as opportunity.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Simon Winchester joins us to talk about “The Perfectionists: How Precision Engineers Created the Modern World”.
Then on Tech Nation Health, how do we test new medications on our immune systems? We’ll hear from Dave Johnson from Gigagen about building synthetic immune systems outside our bodies to do just that. Also Chief Correspondent, Dr. Daniel Kraft, talks about transformative technologies.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Rich Berner, the CEO of MDLIVE, talks about access to physicians from your smartphone - 24/7. And on Tech Nation Health, Dr. John Beadle, the CEO of Psioxus, describes about how they build new viruses to target cancer cells, and Jim Joyce, the CEO of Aethlon Medical, talks about filtering high-threat infectious viruses with their product: Hemopurifier.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Dr. Mario Livio and his book: Why? What Makes Us Curious. And on Tech Nation Health, a look at rapid genome analysis for newborns in trouble. Dr. Stephen Kingsmore, the President and CEO of the Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine tells us about their experience.
On this week’s Tech Nation, members of the CES 2018 panel “Who Owns Athlete’s Data?” Dr. Leslie Saxon, from the Keck School of Medicine at USC, and Eric Winston, the President of the NFL Players Association. Dave Aufhauser, Managing Director, Sports and Entertainment at Intel on the fan experience with live 360 Virtual Reality. And Guy Kawasaki with a vision of our futures with autonomous vehicles.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Dr. Mitch Prinstein, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. There’s a science to being popular – and a proven path to likability. Then on Tech Nation Health, Chief Correspondent Dr Daniel Kraft brings 3D printing into healthcare – there’s a lot of value there – far more than printing cute little widgets just for fun. And Dr. Serge Saxonov, CEO of 10x Genomics, explains how our current technology for decoding our genomes has its limits, and how to can be improved upon.
Moira speaks with Yale psychology professor John Bargh about “Before You Know It – The Unconscious Reasons We Do What We Do”. And on Tech Nation Health, a radical new treatment to replace human skin following a serious burn. Dr. Denver Lough (“Low”), the President & CEO of PolarityTE, tells us how it works, and how a group of doctors left a hospital burn center to bring this new technology worldwide.
Unedited 2005 interview with Elizabeth Holmes, President & CEO, Theranos.
Recorded at KQED in San Francisco
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Moira speaks with 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Dr. Muhammad Yunus, the founder of Grameen Bank and microloans to the poor. He sees “A World of Three Zeros” – Zero Poverty, Unemployment, and Net Carbon Emissions. Then on Tech Nation Health, brain cancer in children. Dr. Rob Wechsler-Reya heads the Tumor Initiation and Maintenance Program at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Andreas Weigand, former chief scientist at Amazon, and author of “Data for the People.” Then on Tech Nation Health, Dr. Marshall Summar, Director of the Rare Disease Institute and Chief of Genetics and Metabolism at Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC. They talk about treating rare diseases in the very young, and the efforts to support families, local pediatricians and the patients themselves, nationwide and around the world.